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Monthly Archives: June 2015

Communication platform Ryver launches public beta to help teams find their flow

June 22, 2015 |

After scrolling through multiple collaborative channels and reading through hundreds of emails, the endless time suck leaves little room for actual work.

Ryver, a new cloud-based, team collaboration, communication platform launched its public beta to compete in the enterprise tech market and … Read More

Weekend Reads: Miss Jessie’s, Keep the Change & Unretirement

June 19, 2015 |

If you can’t spend your summer days outside, relax on the couch with a glass of iced tea, an efficient ceiling fan and Weekend Reads.

 

 

Starting a business is the worst, most difficult, wonderful, magnificent thing you’ll ever … Read More

DUFL takes baggage claim out of business travels, raises $3M

June 19, 2015 |

Video contribution by Austin Paetow

With airlines attempting to shrink the size of carry-ons, business travelers are going to face more checked baggage fees, hassles at the airport and increased concern of airlines losing their luggage.

Tempe-based DUFL, a premium, … Read More

Top 10 finalists revealed for Spring 2015 Arizona Innovation Challenge

June 18, 2015 |

It’s coming down to the wire for the Spring 2015 Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) Arizona Innovation Challenge. Who will win the $250,000 to build their business?

Today, 10 finalists were announced, and software and science took the majority of spots … Read More

Next gen police body cameras turn on automatically

June 17, 2015 |

In a quest to maximize public trust and improve accountability, police departments have been purchasing body cameras for their officers.

The outcry for body cameras was sparked by the death two unarmed black men, Michael Brown and Erik Garner, killed … Read More

STEAM festival draws 380,000 attendees

June 16, 2015 |

Imagine a STEAM festival that attracted close to five times the number of attendees that could fit in the University of Phoenix Cardinal stadium. The Arizona SciTech Festival, a statewide celebration of STEAM that ran February to March of this year, … Read More

Gadgets for the Guru: Father’s Day edition

June 12, 2015 |

Impress your Dad by getting him one of the hottest tech gadgets on the market today! Father’s Day is right around the corner so get shopping!

 

frē by Lifeproof

The frē case by Lifeproof is the perfect iPhone 6 … Read More

Smart Armor expands home and on-the-go product lines

June 11, 2015 |

Story Contribution: Thomas Hawthorne

Knowing that your valuables are being stored safely and securely is a necessity for anyone. With Smart Armor, a new technology startup, the company aims to solve that issue with their new line of home and on-the-go … Read More

Black Girls Code founder Kimberly Bryant helping little girls change the world – interview

June 11, 2015 |

Photo contribution by Vianka Villa

Kimberly Bryant spent years in the corporate world as a software engineer climbing up the ranks in a field where very few women of color, and women in general, held a seat in the boardroom.

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Meet AVA, the next ed tech superhero for school-age children

June 10, 2015 |

A child with the inability to see and hear well in a classroom setting has been correlated to poor performance in school.

For Arizona schools, hearing screening tests for school-age children are mandatory. If a child fails a screening test, the current … Read More